Tag: Cayman Shores Development Ltd

CPA green lights Dart’s tunnel extension

CPA green lights Dart’s tunnel extension

| 08/03/2018 | 231 Comments
(CNS): The controversial application from a Dart-owned firm to extend the West Bay Road tunnel was approved Wednesday by the Central Planning Authority. The 400 foot structure already under construction will now be extended to include the recently acquired Royal Palms site. Planning permission was [...]

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Dart makes new bid for tunnel extension

Dart makes new bid for tunnel extension

| 05/03/2018 | 111 Comments
(CNS): The Central Planning Authority will consider a revised application this week from one of Dart’s network of companies to expand the tunnel currently under construction on West Bay Road. Cayman Shores was refused planning permission for the extension the last time it appeared before the C [...]

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Dart tries again over tunnel extension

Dart tries again over tunnel extension

| 02/01/2018 | 139 Comments
(CNS): A subsidiary of the Dart network of companies has submitted another application to the Central Planning Authority to extend the controversial tunnel on the West Bay Road. Following the recent rejection by the CPA of the proposed extension of around 200 feet after officials found that the deve [...]

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No justification for Dart tunnel extension

No justification for Dart tunnel extension

| 18/12/2017 | 55 Comments
(CNS): The Central Planning Authority denied the application by one of Dart’s companies, Cayman Shores Development Ltd, to extend the West Bay Road tunnel by around 195 feet because the developer had not justified the need for the extension. Minutes from the 22 November CPA meeting show that [...]

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Beach access still under threat

Beach access still under threat

| 02/11/2017 | 31 Comments
(CNS): The opposition leader has raised concerns that the Central Planning Authority is ignoring the Public Lands Law when it comes to beach access, which is why easements are still under threat and being blocked, even though the new legislation was passed in the LA earlier this year. Following news [...]

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